Scott Robinson
Information Architect

Scott Robinson has a wide background, spanning theatrical stage management to project management and Web development. Scott began his professional multimedia development experience with an educational CD-ROM at University of California at Santa Cruz. As Associate Producer with a small team of developers and contractors, he created a compelling experience for teachers teaching in diverse classrooms.

With a B.A. in Theater Arts and a certificate in Project Management, Scott has worked on very diverse projects in various venues. His experience with professional clients and his exposure to educational multimedia development bring a great balance to any project. Scott has worked with many Fortune 500 clients, as well as many dot-coms (some still in business!). He has experience with such clients as Hewlett Packard, Disney, Seagate and The Tech Museum of Innovation.

Scott is currently teaching information architecture at Cabrillo College and University of California at Santa Cruz Extension. Scott is also pursuing his Masters degree in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University. He continues to consult with clients to help develop and articulate their business, content, and user goals for Web and software projects.